April 13, 2021


Changing rooms

Hotels and serviced apartments are transforming their spaces to align with the new ways of working - and fill empty rooms, says Catherine Chetwynd

ASAP appoints new Chair

By Bev Fearis, published 12/08/20 The Association of Serviced Apartment Providers (ASAP) has appointed Evelyn Haran as incoming Chair from September 1 2020. Currently Chief...

Accommodation providers reach out to key workers

A number of hotel and apartment providers are offering complimentary stays or reduced rates to NHS staff and other key workers during the coronavirus crisis.

Adagio continues international expansion

Aparthotels Adagio has announced the opening and signing of several properties in London, Brussels, Stuttgart, Casablanca, Glasgow and Bucharest, strengthening its presence internationally.

Locke debuts second London aparthotel

Boutique hospitality brand Locke is set to debut its second London property next month with the opening of Locke at Broken Wharf.

Wilde Aparthotel By Staycity London Covent Garden

This aparthotel was stylish without trying too hard and I liked some of the quirky artwork and touches like copies of Oscar Wilde's books stacked on the bedside table.


A city of waterways, boutiques and bicycles, Amsterdam may seem quaint but it’s also a forward-thinking European Capital of Innovation with an entrepreneurial mindset...

Leicester welcomes two new Accor hotels

Two new hotels from Accor, a Novotel and an Adagio, have opened in Leicester as part of the £50million regeneration of the city's Great Central Square.

Staycity takes Wilde brand into Berlin

European aparthotel group Staycity has opened its second property under its Wilde Aparthotels brand in the German capital of Berlin, with a third to follow in Edinburgh next month.

SACO aparthotels becomes Edyn

Serviced apartments specialist SACO has rebranded as Edyn, with its new group identity and online portal signalling a phase of rapid pan-European growth with nine new properties in the pipeline.